America: The Motion Picture

A chainsaw-wielding George Washington teams with beer-loving bro Sam Adams to take down the Brits in a tongue-in-cheek riff on the American Revolution.

Notes from the Periphery

Commissioned by the Abandon Normal Devices Festival as an exploration into the globalised shipping networks, liminal territories and spaces of trade and labour that converge on the port city of Laem Chabang in Thailand.

Norwegian Couscous

Dounia is in love with Norwegian Erik, which makes her cultural chameleon way of living challenging when he wants to get to know her Moroccan culture. Can her different worlds unite, and can love overcome the cultural differences?

On Your Mark

Xiao Erdong, a young man with a congenital disease but a "marathon dream", Xiao Daming, a taxi driver who stubbornly forced his son to preview the "life of the blind", father and son who do not understand each other, But in a marathon, they "exchanged identities" and stood side by side on the starting line

Our Ladies

In 1990s Scotland, a group of Catholic school girls get an opportunity to go into Edinburgh for a choir competition, but they're more interested in drinking, partying and hooking up than winning the competition.

Phil Liggett: The Voice of Cycling

A fascinating portrait of cycling royalty, the prince of the peloton, the lord of the lycra-clad. Amateur racer turned broadcaster, Phil Liggett has covered forty-seven Tours de France and fifteen Olympic Games, calling every triumph, tragedy and scandal with his inimitable wit and poetry.

Plan B

After a regrettable first sexual encounter, a straight-laced high school student and her slacker best friend have 24 hours to hunt down a Plan B pill in America's heartland.

Remember Us

A college student is confronted by his past and ex-boyfriend, both of which he has forgotten due to amnesia.

Rise Again: Tulsa and the Red Summer

Comes one hundred years from the two-day Tulsa Massacre in 1921 that led to the murder of as many as 300 Black people and left as many as 10,000 homeless and displaced.

Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It

Rita Moreno defied both her humble upbringing and relentless racism to become one of a select group who have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award. Over a seventy year career, she has paved the way for Hispanic-American performers by refusing to be pigeonholed into one-dimensional stereotypes.